These menu items have a nutrition calculator:
- Original Yumm! Bowl
- Jazzy Yumm! Bowl
- Hot ‘n’ Jazzy
- Edamame Yumm! Bowl
- Yumm! Baby
- Smoky Yumm! Bowl
- Chilean Zucchini
- Yumm! ‘n’ Greens
- Yumm! Wrappit
- Yumm! Wrap
The Nutrition Calculators above illustrate how we can customize almost anything on our menu in many different ways. Consider the Original Yumm! Bowl® as an example. It comes with 10 standard ingredients, but we encourage guests to mix it up. You can choose Small, Medium or Large; select different rice or beans, hold or replace the Yumm! Sauce® with a soybean-free dressing, or change out Deluxe Toppings to make it vegan (substitute cabbage and/or carrots or extra avocado in place of cheese and sour cream).
ADDITIONAL DIETARY & ALLERGEN INFORMATION
Our Dietary Pages have suggestions for vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free special diets as well as menu options that may be appropriate for persons with certain allergies.
DIETARY REQUESTS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME
We are always happy to substitute, replace, add to, and modify any order to fit your nutritional and dietary needs. Whether it’s about life, your body or simply what tastes you prefer, we are happy to serve.
Our goal at Café Yumm! is to make Beautiful, Delicious, Nourishing™ food part of life. Eat in our restaurants, take your order back to the office, or have an event catered. Food, health and life are all interconnected and essential to our mission at Café Yumm!
Not everyone needs the same calorie count. Here are some additional resources that will help put your Yumm! Bowl in context.
Daily Calorie Needs Calculator
Understanding Body Mass Index or BMI is important to knowing what level of calorie and nutrient intake is right for you. The BMI is not one-size-fits-all, but it can be helpful. Combined with a guideline for appropriate calorie and macro-nutrient intake, you’re on your way to being informed about your body’s needs and meeting your own goals for health.
World’s Healthiest Foods
A list of 127 of the world’s healthiest foods – including tomatoes, rice, black beans, avocados, etc. To make the list, the food must be nutrient rich, whole, familiar, readily available, affordable, and (also important!) taste good.
Choose My Plate
The Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, an organization of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, makes this site available as part of an ongoing effort to improve the nutrition and well-being of Americans. The site has information for a variety of age groups.